The Deaf Woman's Courtship

Lyrics Shared By: Jennifer

Chester Atkins: Oh, woman, oh, woman
Are you fond of scrubbing
June: Scrubbing.
Chester: Oh, woman, oh, woman
Are you fond of scrubbing

June:
Well, speak a little louder, sir
I’m powerful hard of hearing
Well, speak a little louder, sir
I’m powerful hard of hearing

Chester: You’re just plumb deaf, ain’t you?
June: Never did like to scrub. Say something else.

Chester: Oh, woman, oh, woman
Are you fond of plowing
June: Plowing?
Chester: Oh, woman, oh, woman
Are you fond of plowing

June:
Well, speak a little louder, sir
I’m powerful hard of hearing
Well, speak a little louder, sir
I’m powerful hard of hearing

Chester: You’re the worst I ever saw
June: Who ever heard of a woman a plowing anyhow?
Chester: See if you can hear this, June bug.
June: Alright.

Chester: Oh, woman, oh, woman
I would like to court you
June: Now that’s more like it.
Chester: Oh, woman, oh, woman
I would like to court you

June:
Well, speak a little louder, sir
I just begin to hear you
Speak a little louder, sir
I just begin to hear you

June: Say something else. I’m hearing you now.
Chester: I thought you would.
June: I’m hearing you good.

Chester: Oh, woman, oh, woman
I would like to marry you
June: Ask it.
Chester: Oh, woman, oh, woman
I would like to marry you

June: Well, Lord, have mercy on my soul
Now I think I heared ye
Both: Lord, have mercy on my soul
Now I know I heared ye

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